E&ES Colloquium Schedule

Unless noted, all colloquia are Tuesdays at 4:15, via Zoom

Fall 2020

9/15: Dr. James Dottin '13, University of Maryland: Isotopic evidence for multiple recycled sulfur reservoirs in the Mangaia mantle plume.

9/22: Dr. Maya Gomes '06, Johns Hopkins: How do sulfur isotopes record information about Earth's earliest ecosystems?

10/6: Dr. Sherilyn Williams-Stroud, Illinois Geological Survey: Rock Fractures and Geo-energy.

10/13: Dr. Estella Atekwana, University of Delaware: Biogeophysics: Where Geomicrobiology Meets Geophysics

10/20: Dr. Dawn Wright, ESRI: 52 Million Points and Counting: A New Stratification Approach for Mapping and Modeling the Ocean

11/10: Dr. Anita Grunder, Oregon State University: Interplay of Volcanism, Petrology and Tectonics on the High Lava Plains, Pacific Northwest

11/17: Ms. Gari Mayberry '97, USGS: Natural Hazards and Humanitarian Assistance: One volcanologist’s journey to helping to reduce the risk from disasters around the world.

12/1: Dr. Bernard Hubbard, USGS: Applications of Hyperspectral and Multispectral Data for Detecting Critical Minerals and Inventorying Abandoned Mine Features: Examples Using Rare Earth Elements, Uranium and Coal Fly Ash Waste

Spring 2021

2/16: CANCELED: Dr. Raquel Bryant, Texas A&M: Exploring Cretaceous oceans and abrupt environmental change: Insights from microfossil and geochemical records from the Mancos Shale (Carthage, New Mexico).

2/23: Prof. Asmeret Asefaw Berhe, University of California, Merced: What's Soil Got to Do with Climate Change?

3/2: RESCHEDULED: Dr. Raquel Bryant, Texas A&M: Exploring Cretaceous oceans and abrupt environmental change: Insights from microfossil and geochemical records from the Mancos Shale (Carthage, New Mexico).

3/9: Dr. Heather Graham, Research Associate, Catholic University of America/NASA Goddard Space Flight Center: Time Machines and Spaceships: Organic Geochemistry as a Window to Other Worlds.

3/23: Dr. Shamar Chin '13, University of Iowa: Calcareous Nannoplankton Response to Late Campanian – Maastrichtian Paleoceanographic Reorganization at DSDP site 525, Walvis Ridge, Mid-latitude South Atlantic Ocean

3/30: Dr Jonathan Martin '80, University of Florida: High Latitude Hydrology: Water in a Changing World.

4/6: Dr. Katherine Brunson, Wesleyan Archaeology Department: Archaeological and paleogenetic research on cattle, sheep, and goat domestication in northwest China.

4/13: Dr Rachel Bernard, Amhert College: Complexities of olivine crystallographic preferred orientation and implications for mantle seismic anisotropy.

4/20: Dr. Kennda Lynch, Lunar and Planetary Institute: Astrobiology and Geomicrobiology.

4/27: Dr. Alexandra Evans, Brown University: Solar System Geophysics.